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Self-catering accommodation in Fort William And Lochaber

If you love the outdoors and love being active, Fort William is the place for you. The UK's 'Outdoor Capital' in the perfect location for an adventure packed holiday with family and/or friends. Cottages and Castle have some stunning properties to fit you and your holiday needs.


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Holiday cottages in Ardnamurchan and Ardgour

Ardnamurchan and Ardgour

Britain's most westerly point is a haven for walkers with its mountainous country and wild rugged landscapes. Try it for yourself with some of our self-catering properties.
Holiday cottages in Fort William and Glencoe

Fort William and Glencoe

As with Ardnamurchan and Ardgour Fort William and Glencoe is a paradise for all outdoor adverturists with awe-inspiring mountains and a spectacular region for walking, climbing, mountain biking and skiing.
Holiday cottages in Mallaig and The Road to The Isles

Mallaig and The Road to The Isles

An area of few roads and lots of wonderful wilderness just waiting to be explored. Whether it is by car or the famous "Harry Potter" train the area an are of beautiful countryside and lovely little fishing ports.
All holiday cottages in Fort William and Lochaber

All Properties in Fort William and Lochaber

Featured Fort William and Lochaber Holiday Cottages and Castles

A hand picked selection of cottages and castles from the rugged and beautiful area of Fort William and Lochaber.

Rahoy Lodge

 

Rahoy Lodge

Ardnamurchan and Ardgour

Ardechive

 

Ardechive

Fort William and Glencoe

Fassfearn House

Fassfearn House

Mallaig and the Road to the Isles

 

More about Fort William And Lochaber

Lochaber is centred on the town of Fort William, which sits at the head of Loch Linnhe and at the foot of The Great Glen, the long valley containing Loch Ness that runs north east to Inverness.

 

 

Fort William calls itself "The Outdoor Capital of The UK", and with reason. In addition to wonderful walking, hill walking and cycling, you will find that rock climbing, ice climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, white water rafting, skiing, canoeing, sailing, quad biking, canyoning and golf are all within easy reach.

 

 

To the east of Ft William the mighty Ben Nevis range dominates the landscape, and can be enjoyed on foot, ski or from mountain gondola, while the hills around Glen Coe are awesome and essential viewing from car, bicycle or foot.

 

 

To the west, the land is wild, remote and magnificent. Deep sea lochs, mighty mountains, long lochs, numerous rivers and occasional roads make this a fascinating area to explore, and names like Knoydart, Morar, Moidart, and Morvern add to the mystery. The Point of Ardnamurchan is the most westerly point on the British mainland. You can also enjoy boating and kayaking, and you can island-hop around the many off-shore islands using local ferries.

 

 

Historic castles and monuments abound and the traditional culture remains strong, with music and song being ever present in the many local ceilidh's.